The Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) requires all Malaysian and non-Malaysian students to complete the General Studies as pre-requisite for the award of a certificate, diploma or undergraduate degree. Added to this, the MQA in Malaysia, has introduced the MQA Rating System, SETARA, to measure the performance of undergraduate teaching and learning in universities and university colleges in Malaysia. Therefore, it becomes imperative for all Universities and Colleges across Malaysia to abide by the rules and regulations of the MQA in maintain the delivery of the General Studies at par with that of the core subjects for all undergraduate students. As such, this study attempts to capture the Behavioral intension of University Students in MOOCS, while taking their two compulsory General Studies, namely, Tamadun Islam and Tamadun Asia (TITAS) and Ethnic relationship (Hubungan Etnik). The result discussed in this study are pertaining to 766 students across Malaysian universities. The results did not show any significant correlations of Intention to Enroll in MOOCs with Tamadun Islam & Tamadun Asia and Hubungan Etnik. Finally the last phase performed a multiple linear regression to test the insignificance effects of Tamadun Islam and Tamadun Asia and Hubungan Etnik on Intention to Enroll in MOOCs which refer to hypotheses H1 and H2. The results indicated that Tamadun Islam and Tamadun Asia and Hubungan Etnik have no significant effects on Intention to Enroll in MOOCs.